EV Logistics
Happiness score is 54 out of 100
3.1 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $130m to $650m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
  • Headquarters
  • Link
    EV Logistics website
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Langley, BC

5 jobs


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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 83 reviews and is evolving.



Order Picker in Langley, BC
on 22 January 2023
Fast pace place
Fair pay but fast pace. Work in a. Locked warehouse. Need to punch in and out and break times are monitored strictly. Not all supervisors are fair to all workers and some senior workers are charge hand treated workers unfair. Lots of OT if you need that money.
General Warehouse Worker in Langley, BC
on 1 December 2022
Can be a decent place to work if you fit in
Ev is not as bad as most previous workers make it out to be, Although most points they bring up are true to an extent. Very tough job to do everyday but once you pass your 3 month probation you can apply for different positions in the warehouse. The work is mindless and often very boring. Management is hit or miss, it seems the supervisors rely on word from higher ups and aren’t always able to help warehouse workers which leads to lots of frustration. East to fit in with the team and pay is decent with annual raises. I neither hated nor loved my time with E.V but I can’t see myself going back.
Warehouse in Langley, BC
on 29 November 2022
Toxic Environment
While the trainers were decent, the rest of the company was toxic. The equipment was old and in poor condition making it difficult to maintain the required production pace. The warehouse was a dark, dingy place - freezing in winter and a sweatbox in summer. Your schedule is all over the place so, forget having a life, school, etc. There is a reason this is high turnover but, so are most warehouse jobs. This type of employment is meant to be temporary, not a career.
Order Picker in Langley, BC
on 20 October 2022
Productive and fun
This warehouse had the best team to work with, the job is not the easiest but you do your own orders with your own timings which is good to be doing it all on your own. Many many extra pay and chances to raise your hourly wage, best management team on sight but the management above is not the best. Clean are and even welcomes praying while work hours. Paid vacation as well.
Customer Service Representative in Langley, BC
on 26 July 2022
My previous managers micro manage. Employees are required to do weekends, sometimes both Saturday and Sunday although the agreement is one weekend only.

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